The boy done good

A SOUND command of the English language might not be required to become a top-flight footballer, but it becomes a bit more necessary should a career in the media beckon after the ‘boots have been hung up’. Billy Dodds is a former Scotland international. He also has a column in the Sunday Herald, which yesterday began, er…

“George Peat says Celtic’s complaints about refereeing decisions is getting tiresome.”

As they are prone to say, in these parts: The boy done good.